eX Blizzard1230 MkII 01 eX Blizzard1230 mkII Top01 eX Blizzard1230 CPU side02
eX Blizzard1230 mkII Logo 01 eX Blizzard1230 mkII Upper 01 eX Apollo1240 inserted
eX Apollo1240 Mach131 01 eX Apollo1240 Mach210 01 eX Apollo1240 memory chips 01
eX Modified Apollo1240 board 060Mod 01 eX Apollo1240 top01 eX Apollo1240 Crystal66Mhz01
eX Blizzard1230 mkII Top FPU01 eX A500 Blizzard TurboMem 01  As the label says, a Blizzard Turbo Memory Board manufactured by 'phase 5'. Possibly the best manufacturer of quality Amiga accelerators in the 90s. This particular board replaces the 68000 CPU in an A500 and also adds up to 8MB RAM. The new 68000 can either be ran in the original 7.14MHz or double 14.28MHz frequency, giving an A500 a nice speed boost. eX A500 Blizzard TurboMem 02  The underside of the Blizzard Turbo Memory Board for the Amiga 500. The pins you see are to be inserted in the CPU socket of an A500, meaning the original CPU needs to be removed.
eX A500 Blizzard TurboMem 03  Side view of the Blizzard Turbo Memory Board for the Amiga 500. Here you can see the pins at the bottom that go into the CPU socket on the motherbard and the replacement CPU on top. This CPU can be clocked at double speed using a jumper. eX A500 Blizzard TurboMem 04  Close up of the Blizzard Turbo Memory Board for the Amiga 500. Here we look closer at the available jumpers. There is a manual for this board here:  https://computerarchive.org/files/comp/hardware/amiga/Blizzard%20Turbo%20Memory%20Board%20%20A500%20-%20Manual-DE-ENG.pdf eX A500 Blizzard TurboMem 05  The Blizzard Turbo Mem board installed on an A500 rev 5 mobo. The original CPU had to be removed.
eX A500 Blizzard TurboMem 06  Blizzard Turbo Mem board mounted in the socked. Side view: It's a tight fit. At least one capacitor was awkwardly placed and had to be bent in the opposit direction.